Welcome to the Cats Protection Isle of Wight Adoption Centre


We welcome your enquiries to the Centre from 9am - 4pm (closed Tuesdays) 

Visitors to the centre are by appointment only once you have been matched via your online application.

Whether you want to adopt a cat, rehome your cat, are interested in fostering a cat for a few weeks, or simply need advice, please call our team on 03000 120 251 or email us isleofwight@cats.org.uk.

If we are unable to take your call straight away, please do leave a message and we'll call you back as soon as possible.

If you have an emergency, please call your local vet or RSPCA (0300 1234 999). 

If you've lost or found a cat, please see our 'Lost and Found' page for information and advice about what to do.

Interested in adopting a cat?

As cats are solitary animals, it's no surprise that our tenants at Isle Of Wight Adoption Centre thrived during the peace and quiet of lockdown, both settling in faster and becoming less anxious as they wait for their furever home.

To keep our cats safe and happy, we've been inspired to carry on our popular cat matching appointments, both online and face-to-face. 

(Unfortunately our Centre is currently not open for walk-in visits to meet the cats; this is available by appointment only to meet the cat you have reserved). 

Find out more by visiting our Adopt a Cat page

Thinking of rehoming your cat?
Giving up your cat is never an easy decision and sometimes cat owners can find themselves in a position where they have to give up their much loved pet through no fault of their own. If you need advice about having to give up your cat then rest assured we are here to help. We can support you through this difficult decision and find a solution that is best for your cat. Take a look at our guide on Rehoming your Cat for more information.

Do think about fostering a cat

If you love cats, but are unsure about the long-term commitment, fostering could be the answer. At our Centre, we always have cats and kittens needing a little extra help and loving care in a home environment until they find their forever families. As a volunteer fosterer you would care for one of these cats in your own home (no garden needed) for a few weeks until they are ready to be adopted.  You really will be making a huge difference in helping to give these cats a second chance at a happy life. Head over to our Volunteer page for more information

Donating cat food, litter, cat toys and charity items

Thank you!  These are all much needed and very welcome.  If you are able, please drop off donations in our collection bin by our entrance gate - or just ring the number on the gate during opening hours. For more information on our online charity shop, merchandise store (where you can buy great gifts and cat essentials) and other ways you can provide invaluable help to us, head over to our Support Us page.

Keep up to date with all that's going on at your Isle of Wight Centre.  Read our brilliant latest Island Mews or visit our social media pages:-

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About Cats Protection

Cats Protection is a leading authority on cats and we offer a wide range of cat care information via our publications, website, Facebook and Helpline. We promote the benefits of neutering to prevent unwanted litters from being born and becoming the abandoned cats of tomorrow and seek to educate people of all ages about cats and their care. Head over to our Essential Guides page for help and advice on an array of cat topics 

Please note: If you are interested in a neutering voucher please call our helpline number on 03000 12 12 12.